To: Dean, Director of Office/Institute, and Head of the
Department/Chairman of the program
Pursuant to the regulations No. 4/2020 of the Center for COVID-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) under Section 9 of the Emergency Decree on Public Administration in Emergency situation B.E. 2548 (2005) (No.3) dated May 29, 2020 and the University’s Announcement on Measure and Surveillance of COVID-19 No. 14 on May 30, 2020 to extend the closure of the University until June 30, 2020, in order to ensure effective learning management to achieve the learning outcomes as well as resources management, the university has thus specified the following instructional management as follows:
- Permitted on-campus activities including examinations, workshop and the research projects that have to be conducted at the laboratory. The final year student shall be given first priority.
- Student access to university
2.1 Permission will be granted to the students upon registration by showing their ID cards. The maximum number for Bangmod Campus is 2,000 per day, and 600 per day for Bang Khun Thian and 200 per day for Ratchaburi Campuses.
2.2. All students are required to wear either hygienic or fabric masks at all times.
2.3 All students are advised to perform hand hygiene by washing their hands or cleaning hands with alcohol or alcohol gel or hand sanitizer when exposed in the areas with risk of infection.
2.4 All students are required to leave the campus before 19.00 hrs.
2.5 Departments or equivalent units are requested to inform their access request for any purpose to the Educational Development and Services Office using the online form at https:/bit.ly/36NlgQv.
- The evaluation of the learning outcomes is to comply with the Announcement on Measures and surveillance of novel coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) No. 5. With regard to the examination and the thesis defense which have to be conducted in the Classroom Building, please adhere to the following guidance:
3.1 The lecturers themselves can arrange the examination in the rooms with proper physical distancing and observe these rules:
At least 5 square meters person in air conditioned rooms.
- At least 5 square meters person in air conditioned rooms.
- At least 3 square meters person in well-ventilated non air-conditioned rooms.
3.2 For the examination at the Central Classroom Building 1 and 2 which requires assistance, the department is requested to inform the Registrar’s Office for consideration by June 5, 2020.
- 3.2 For the examination at the Central Classroom Building 1 and 2 which requires assistance, the department is requested to inform the Registrar’s Office for consideration by June 5, 2020.
- The use of Classroom Building as well as the laboratory
4.1 Lecture–based teaching is requested to be conducted online.
4.2 The classes requiring practice can be conducted on campus. While the duration is requested to be minimized as possible, physical contact must be avoided.
4.3 Limit the number of people in air-conditioned rooms: at least 5 sq. per person.
4.4 Limit the number of people in well-ventilated non air-conditioned rooms: at least 3 sqm per person.
4.5 Learning activities in non-ventilated rooms are prohibited.
4.6 Lecturers or officers must supervise all learning and research activities of students at all times.
If there is any learning activity other than the above mentioned, the consideration will be on a case-by-case basis. Please direct your request to Vice President for Education Development through Director of Educational Development and Services Office.
Kindly be informed and notify everyone involved.
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Bundit Thipakorn
Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs